Parenting Teleclasses
If you're interested in any of the following topics, please contact us. If you have a suggestion for a topic not listed here, please suggest it.
  • Pregnancy and birth
  • Toddlers
  • Siblings
  • Homeschooling
  • Nonviolent communication
  • Older children and teenagers

Teleclass FAQ:

What is a teleclass?

A teleclass is a live, interactive workshop conducted over the telephone through teleconferencing "bridge" systems. Parents can attend our workshops from the convenience of their home or office and with no travel time.

How does it work?

When you order a teleclass, you will be given a phone number and code to use at the time and date scheduled. After dialing these numbers, you will be immediately connected to all those who have already called in.

Who is the moderator?

Jan Hunt, M.Sc., Director of the Natural Child Project, leads the teleclasses.

How long are the classes?

Each class is scheduled for one hour, but Jan will remain on the line for those who have more questions.

What is the fee?

Fees will be determined for each class and will be listed with the class description. The fee for a standard one-hour teleclass is $20 per person or couple (it is OK to use extension phones so both can listen and participate).

Do I also need to pay a long-distance charge?

Yes, unless you happen to be in the same area code as the teleclass number (usually Ohio or Florida).

Please let us know of any other questions or concerns you have. For more information, please contact us.

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